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Published on: 2008-11-10 18:32:46
Name of natural stone: Tan Brown
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Tan Brown will really bring your new kitchen to life. This kitchen was fabricated by hand by the owners themselves. The slabs are 2cm thick with a full-bullnose edge. The undermount was cut and polished by hand and the european miters were also cut by hand. The seams are flawless and barely visible. The undermount cutout has a perfect 1/8 inch reveal on a pegasis granite composite Double Bowl sink. Granite Countertops For Less Takes pride in quality craftsmenship.

Published on: 2008-11-10 18:02:05
Name of natural stone: Santa Cecilia S
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In this project, the slabs of Santa Cecilia the customers chose contained a large vein of blue and cream shades representing the look of flowing water. Also there were large ruby red aggots that jumped out and grabbed the lighting of the kitchen. The customer worked with me personally to layout their kitchen to place these characteristics in their desired location of the job. For instance, these ruby red aggots were strategically placed around the sink bumpout and through the penisula. Also the afore-mentioned vein was placed in the wetbar to enhance the natural tone a wetbar provides. This recent project is to be tiled before it is finished. Our template process is custom and precise with a 5-day turnaround time being the fastest in Cincinnati.

The background stone is Branco Ipanema from Brazil.
RUN 0.429 MEM 3,989 SYS 4.43 4.04 3.97